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College Bound Foundation 

2601 N. Howard St, Suite 210 

Baltimore, MD 21218 

P: 410-783-2905 

E: Info@Collegeboundfoundation.Org 

Operates in 18 Baltimore City public high schools, providing full-time college advisors and delivering need-based funding. Works with mixed-status families to identify financial aid and scholarships. 

Girl Scouts of Central Baltimore  

4806 Seton Dr.  

Baltimore, MD 21215 

P: 410-358-9711    




Helps girls reach their full leadership potential. Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. 


417 East Fayette St. Suite 468  

Baltimore, MD 21202 

P: 410-545-1820   


Summer job program which places young people age 14 to 21 in summer work experiences throughout Baltimore City. 

Central Scholarship  

6 Park Center Court Suite #211  

Owings Mills, MD 21117   

P:  410-415-5558 






Supports students by funding their education and by helping them to make smart financial decisions when it comes to their education. 

YO! Baltimore- Administration 

1212 N. Wolfe. St

Baltimore, MD 21213 

P:  410-545-6953




YO! Baltimore has successfully helped young people, previously disconnected from traditional learning environments, to increase their wage earnings and education credentials 

Mi Espacio, CASA Baltimore 

2706 Pulaski Highway 

Baltimore, MD 21224  

P: 410-732-7777 


After school program for Latino youth ages 14-21 enrolled in Baltimore City Schools.  Also offers college access assistance through workshops and individual consultations. 

Strong City Baltimore 

Strong City Baltimore, Suite 1100 

2101 E Biddle St. 

Baltimore, MD 21213 

P: 410-261-3500 





The Adult Learning Center offers programs in Adult Basic Education, English Language Acquisition and GED. 

William & Lanaea C. Featherstone Foundation 
11101 Resort Road, #107 
Ellicott City, MD 21042 

P: 410-618-1369  




Provides free adult self-sufficiency and educational programs for the Latino community who reside in Baltimore City. Their college scholarship program has merit-based scholarships for underrepresented students to attend University of Baltimore, Morgan State University, Coppin State University and other area universities. 

Johns Hopkins Centro SOL  

5200 Eastern Ave. Mason F. Lord Center Tower Suite 4200  

Baltimore, MD 21244 

P: 410-550-1129   




Offers a summer program to expose bilingual (Spanish & English) high school students to careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Education, and Math) and professional interpretation. 

International Rescue Committee in Baltimore 

1900 N. Howard St., Room 200  

Baltimore, MD 21218 

P: 410-327-1885 


Offers free English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to refugees, asylees, and other documented humanitarian immigrants 

Esperanza Center | Catholic Charities of Baltimore 

430 S. Broadway  

Baltimore, MD 21231 

P: 443-825-3433    


Offers ESL (English as a Second Language), citizenship classes, computer literacy, as well as after-school tutoring.        

Baltimore City Community College 

2901 Liberty Heights Avenue 

Baltimore, MD 21215-7807 

P: 410-462-8300 


Offers English language instruction including pre-GED, language lab to supplement classroom learning, and adult education such as GED classes and workforce development. Also offers citizenship preparation courses for teens 16 & over. 

Catholic Charities: St. Jerome’s Head Start 

Catholic Charities 

320 Cathedral Street 

Baltimore, MD 21201 

P:  667-600-2000 



Head Start is a child and family development program that enables children from low-income families to be better prepared when entering elementary school, thereby improving the likelihood of their success in school and in life. 

St Vincent Head Start 

Multiple locations 

P: 410-662-0500 


Head Start is a child and family development program that enables children from low-income families to be better prepared when entering elementary school, thereby improving the likelihood of their success in school and in life. 




Baltimore City Childcare Resource Center (Childcare Scholarship)  

2108 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21218 

P: 410.889.2300 



Baltimore City Child Care Resource Center (BCCCRC) helps parents find and pay for child care. BCCCRC offers a child care scholarship for children whose parents who are working or in school. Also provides referrals to Early Head Start and Head Start programs 

Mis Raices/My Roots at Patterson Park Public Charter School 

27 N. Lakewood Ave. Baltimore MD 21224 P: 410-558-1230 


Weekly education and support group for Latino immigrant families that provides information regarding education, health, and community resources. 

Immigration Outreach Service Center, Inc. 

St. Mathews Catholic Church 

5401 Loch Raven Blvd. Baltimore, MD 21239 

P: 410-323-8564    


Education services such as tutoring for school-aged children and seminars on immigrant issues for all community members. 

Refugee Youth Project 

710 E Lombard St. 

Baltimore, MD 21202 

P: 410-986-5464 


The Baltimore City Community College Refugee Youth Project seeks to improve the lives of Baltimore’s youngest refugees by supporting their academic needs and making their integration simple and meaningful.  

Soccer Without Borders 

3700 Eastern Ave. Baltimore, MD 21224 

P: 410-205-9792  


Provides opportunities to the refugee population through soccer-based programming that encourages healthy living while developing English-language abilities, teamwork, academic success, and cross-cultural skills. 

iPromise Student Learning and Support Center 

301 E. 24th Street, Baltimore MD 21218 

P: 410-659-3930 


Provides educational support for children pre-k through 12th grade. Free professional tutors, children’s special needs support, enrichment and STEM programs, therapeutic emotional and family support, etc.  

Asylee Women Enterprise 

4500 Frankford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21206 

P: (443) 850-0627 


Provides ESOL classes and referrals to educational services for victims of human or sexual trafficking and asylum seekers. 

Maryland Delegate Scholarship

Scholarship offered ​to Maryland residents who attend or plan to attend a Maryland college, university or private career school. Students must contact their state delegate’s office to apply. Find your state delegate by visiting 

Patterson Park Audubon Center 

2901 E. Baltimore St., Box 2 

Baltimore, MD 21224 

P: 410-558-2473 


Offers free and low-cost including opportunities for youth to volunteer in Patterson Park, child and adult bird walks and workshops, educational programs for children, etc.  

Latino Education and Advancement Fund (LEAF) 

210 E Lexington St #105, Baltimore, MD 21202 

P: 559-250-0256 



Educates Latino parents on how to navigate the education system and how to take an active role in their child’s education. Offers workshops and individual coaching. 

Mayor’s Scholars Program